ROSATOM is implementing project to construct Centre of Nuclear Energy Science and Technologies (CNEST) in Vietnam. Equipped with a research nuclear reactor, the center will become a cornerstone of nuclear science and technologies development not only for Vietnam, but for all ASEAN nations.
In 2012 ROSATOM opened Information Centre of Nuclear Energy in Hahoi. More than 30,000 people visited the Center since its establishment.
With the support of ROSATOM, today more than 400 Vietnamese students take nuclear science and engineering majors in the Russian universities.
In 2019 ROSATOM and the Ministry of Science and Technology of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam signed a Memorandum on the implementation of Centre for Nuclear Science and Technology (CNST) in Vietnam.
The document was signed by the Director General of ROSATOM Alexey Likhachev and the Minister of Science and Technology of Vietnam Chu Ngoc Anh in the presence of the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev and the Prime Minister of Vietnam Nguyen Xuan Phuc. Russian and Vietnamese experts have already carried out a number of joint actions within the framework of this project, including the definition of preliminary requirements and the selection of the most suitable site for construction. Taking into account the approval of the preliminary feasibility study of the project in November 2018, the signed Memorandum defines further steps for the construction of CNST in Vietnam.
In 2019, Moscow Rusatom Overseas JSC (ROSATOM) and The Department of Energy of the Republic of Philippines and signed Memorandum of Intent on cooperation in the sphere of small modular reactors.
In the frames of MoI parties agreed to conduct a pre-feasibility study on construction in the Philippines of nuclear power plants based on small modular reactor technology. Signing ceremony took place during the visit of the Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte to Russia at the Russian-Philippine business forum.
Being a part of RENUKO international consortium, ROSATOM in 2015 developed the design of the multipurpose 10 MW high-temperature gas-cooled research reactor (HTGR).
The company also supplies Co-60 isotopes for the needs of Indonesian irradiation facilities, including the life-saving medical radiotherapy.
In 2015 ROSATOM signed a memorandum of understanding with the National Nuclear Energy Agency of Indonesia (BATAN) to join forces in the development of a safe nuclear power industry in the country. To promote education in the nuclear science and engineering, in 2016 ROSATOM signed a memorandum of understanding with University of Indonesia (UI).
In 2018 ROSATOM became a partner of nuclear festival in Indonesia. Organized by BATAN and National Nuclear Youth Community (KOMMUN).
In 2020 Rosatom Technical Academy and Polytechnic Institute of Nuclear Technology of Indonesia (STTN) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to enhance cooperation.
In 2015 ROSATOM, on behalf of the Government of the Russian Federation, and the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar signed a memorandum of understanding for cooperation in peaceful use of nuclear energy.
In 2015 ROSATOM and National Council for Sustainable Development of the Kingdom of Cambodia signed two documents: Memorandum on Nuclear Energy Information Center in Cambodia and Memorandum on a Cambodia-Russia joint working group on the peaceful uses of atomic energy.
A memorandum of cooperation in the field of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes has been signed by ROSATOM and the Ministry of Energy and Mines of Laos in 2016.
Republic of Korea
Cooperation of ROSATOM with Korean companies dates back to 1989, when the first contract for low-enriched uranium supply was signed. Today the company continues to provide the long-term enriched uranium supply to Korea. In 2016 ROSATOM signed a memorandum of understanding with Korean Atomic Industrial Forum (KAIF) to boost the cooperation between Russian and Korean nuclear power industries.